Ancestral Archetypes

Healing blocks from your ancestral lineage.

This class will look at clearing patterns and beliefs that you carry from your family lineage. Often we carry patterns we do not want but it seems we are required to do so by something we do not understand.

By looking at our families, we get clues as to our own karma both positive and negative. In this workshop we will learn how to clear these patterns, and also offer this clearing to our ancestors. This can be a powerful reset to our lives and free up unconscious places that limit us without our realizing it.

We will use different modalities to clear what no longer serves us so that we can pursue a more authentic expression in the world. This will involve small and large group work.

This truly is a joyful , loving, and easy way to start cleaning out humanities unresolved collective injuries so it help us, our ancestors, and the planet. This is so much easier than having to live out the patterns that we would like freedom from.

Presented by Karey Thorne

European Courses

Course: Ancestral Archetypes
March 12-13, 2016
Location: Neuchatel, Switzerland
Contact Sally:


For European classes please get in touch with the contact person organizing in each area.

Santa Fe, NM Classes


Not scheduled at this time


Friday: 1:00pm to 5:00pm
Sat. & Sun: 10:00am to 5:00pm


Register by Sept. 01: $350
After Sept. 01: $400


Contact: Karey Thorne at 505 466-8385 or

To register please mail tuition to:
41 Verano Loop, Santa Fe, NM 87508

Please include your name, address, e-mail and phone number.



About the Facilitator

Karey Thorne

Karey Thorne

Karey Thorne is a therapist and educator who conducts workshops in the United States, Europe and Asia. For the past 15 years she has taught peace studies classes at the high school and college level, and conducts international service internships with students, in Cambodia, China, and Kenya. As head of PeaceJam New Mexico she organized 6 international peace conferences, in which Nobel Peace Laureates met with youth. She has been in private practice as a therapist for 19 years. In all of her work she incorporates a spiritual perspective, which is the core of her approach to peace and transformation in the world. She is Executive Director of Heart to Hands, a non-profit that works with developing transformational leaders for the future through education and service to others. She has a BA in Political Science and Asian Studies from the University of Puget Sound, and an MA in Counseling from Southwestern College and is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Therapist.